Teacher’s relational competence: 10 steps

Teacher’s relational competence: 10 steps

The ability to examine how the student’s behavior influence you and your feelings. The ability to see their own strengths and qualities as well as challenges in meeting with this kind of students. The ability to understand / read the student’s expression...
Authoritative school climate

Authoritative school climate

I highly recommend this report about the link betwen authoritative school climate and problem behaviour such as alcohol and marijuan abuse, bullying, carrying weapons in school, interest in gang membership, suicidal thoughts and misbehaviour. The questionary can both...
Teacher-Student relations

Teacher-Student relations

Item : Recognition: Core areas: See me and like me. Have a positive attitude and approach to me. Like me for who I am, not just for what I do. Show me care, care about me. Be enthusiastic, show that I meen something for you. Be patient with me. Talk to me. Trust me....
The importance of emotions in education

The importance of emotions in education

The importance of emotions in education equally extends to teachers and administrators. For example, teachers are responsible not only for imparting knowledge but also for inspiring passion for the discipline and excitement about learning. Of these outcomes, passion...
Emotion, mood and affect

Emotion, mood and affect

It is generally accepted that emotions are multifaceted phenomena that involve several interrelated psychological processes. In comparison to emotions, moods are of lower intensity, have less- specific reference objects, and are typically of longer duration. Different...